Microcomputer Solid Waste Financial ModelProceedings of the 1986 National Waste Processing Conference: Denver, CO
AbstractApplications of a microcomputer based solid waste financial model will be described. The model is written as an overlay to the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet program. It makes use of the Lotus 1-2-3 macro programming capabilities and is menu driven, requiring minimal computer skills for use. The model allows engineers to estimate costs for recycling centers, waste-to-energy plants, and landfills. Outputs include summary tables of operational and capital costs, as well as a 20 year proforma income statement. The model was developed for the California Waste Management Board, an agency of the State of California, and will be distributed by them.
Copyright1986 by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Citation InformationSamuel A. Vigil and Jane A. Zevely. "Microcomputer Solid Waste Financial Model" Proceedings of the 1986 National Waste Processing Conference: Denver, CO (1986)
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